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Heritage launches consultation on digital platform revenue sharing for news sector

News | 08/03/2021 6:03 pm EDT
Steven Guilbeault is sworn in as heritage minister at Rideau Hall on Nov. 20, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

Canadian Heritage is seeking input on how best to compensate the news sector after a preliminary study showed there was consensus among stakeholders that government intervention was needed, but no popular approach on how to deal with declining advertising revenues in the industry.

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